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2 Oct 2019
The need to keep the ports area clean and healthy has been stressed, as some key stakeholders in the Lagos Ports Complex embarked on a cleanup exercise to clear the heaps of refuse dumps littering the Apapa-Wharf and its environs.
23 Nov 2018
A Maritime Expert, Mr Peter Obi, says relocating the tank farms from Apapa Wharf area, Lagos state will stop the perennial traffic congestion in the state.
28 Oct 2018
We don’t have congestion in Nigerian ports, what we have is backlog of cargoes. Congestion is different from this. If a port is congested, it means that there is a lot of ship turn-around, that is, ships are coming in, but cannot move out.
15 Aug 2018
The Managing Director, Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA), Ms Hadiza Usman, has said that the 2km Apapa Wharf Road being reconstructed would be completed and opened to motorists by the end of next month. Usman made the disclosure in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos. Bala Usman said that the reconstruction…

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